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The Perfect Leura Day
Saturday (27Feb) was a Leura day one longs for -- moderate temperatures, a deep blue sky with a few fluffy white clouds high above and absolute calm brought out visitors and locals alike. We arrived at Post Cafe & Bar a bit early, before lunch was fully in the shoppers' minds. The veggie quiche was quite tasty, though the portion might be a bit small for a male appetite. My friend ordered the 'fish&chips' and thought it very very good. By 1pm, every seat was filled both inside and out on the shaded patio. Everyone seemed in a terrific mood. The service is quite good @Post Cafe, prices are moderate and the menu is traditional Aussie fare.
Picnickers lined the grassy mall, shoes kicked off and getting a few rays. After lunch, we cruised a few shops, made a great purchase at Cicero's and hopped on the train for a leisurely trip down the mountain. The day will be a nice warm memory once the cold arrives in June!
Purpose of the Leura Blog
From recent comments to this blog, I gather there is some confusion about the blog's purpose. We set up the blog for those who visit Leura and would like to leave a comment about their experience. We will not include photos or links in the blog as someone suggested. The website has beautiful photos (photo gallery on homepage) and sprinkled liberally throughout the editorial. Hence, the blog may disappoint some. We apologise in advance and we ask that your comments either relate to a visit to Leura or a visit to our website. We will include only those comments. We highly recommend a trip to Leura -- it's a one-of-a-kind village in the Blue Mountains.